6-20-16 (12) Amazing Style Tips

June 16, 2016, 5:47 pm by MSP


12 Amazing Style Tips

Every morning you dress, wouldn't it be nice to know few "secret" things that will make you look and feel even better? It sounds good, doesn't it?

This week MSP shares with you 12 amazing tips (that are mostly known by stylists). These 12 tips could quite simply change the way you look and feel about yourself! Why? Becasue these 12 tips are... AMAZING!


THIS WEEK: Get makeup tips, amazing closet organization ideas, see how to adjust body proportions-fast + tips on how to wear accessories right--plus, much, much more!


Find out how to look and feel your best for your body type + get this week's article in Thursday's Personal Profile!


Why am I sharing these secrets with you? As a fellow busy woman, I understand how hard it is to find real useful advice. I've purchased many fashion magazines to get a grasp on the current trends...only to find the magazines were full of ads and NO useful information whatsoever! Stop wasting your money and time. I've done the research for you, I've been in the trenches as a personal shopper and stylist, so now I'm "pulling back the curtain" and sharing these style secrets and tips with you!


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Weekly Style Mission


Attention SYSters! Do you still think Rum Raisin is the best lipstick color of all time? If so, chances are you've been wearing it for too many years--twelve years, to be exact.

According to a survey by CouponCodes4u.com, the average woman keeps her beauty regimen for more than a decade, with 56 percent saying they'd ditch an adored product only if it was discontinued. Makeup artist Amy Nadine says, "A signature look isn't a bad thing if a woman has found a look that works, but her hair and clothes must continue to evolve with the trends." So if Bill Clinton was president when you last updated your look, why not try something new?

The best way to update your look is by starting off small. Instead of a complete makeover, pick one feature at a time. Change is a beautiful thing. Change something about appearance this week.


THIS WEEK: Step out of your comfort zone!

What new thing are you going to try this week? 

A new and daring dress, or perhaps a new lipstick, or different hairstyle? 

Alfred Sung V-Neck Dupioni Cocktail Dress-many colors 0-16

What SYSters are Saying


"MSP how do you keep new dark denims from fading?"

Hello, Do you have any tips for making dark wash denim last longer? I just got a new pair of dark wash jeans and would like to try to keep them dark for as long as possible. Thanks!



To keep your new dark jeans from fading, it's important to set the dye.

1. Start by seting the dye before their first wash. Soak your jeans—inside out—in a bath of cold water with one cup of white vinegar and one tablespoon of salt.

2. Always wash inside out.

  1. 3. Wash them delicately.
  2. 4. Do not put them in the dryer.

NYDJ "Marilyn" Stretch Straight Leg Jeans (dark) (petite, misses)

NYDJ "Isabella" Stretch Trouser Jeans (dark) (14w-24w)

Dear MSP, 

I've been a SYS sister for two years now and I dress more stylishly now than I ever have. The two most important changes you've helped me make are to know what basics I need to look put-together and to wear body-skimming clothes - no baggy shirts, pants, or dresses. My waist is almost more short than petite sizing, so shopping was understandably frustrating for a long time. Baggy shirts were almost my only option, dresses never fit quite right, and a good-fitting jacket seemed nonexistent.  
Thanks to changes in the clothing industry (more petite-sized clothes available in more styles) and your help to open my eyes to the options, I've found a great jacket to wear with pants - something I thought would elude me forever. Thanks for giving us visual examples of style principles you're trying to teach us and for encouraging us to keep trying.

Your style syster, Erin in CO


Dear MSP: Thank you for giving me a perspective of my body so that I was able to fall in love with myself and empower me to choose clothing that fit me and represents who I am. Sincerely, Ellen